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OMG: This Brit lady gets 15 orgasms a week

August 09, 2014 08:35 IST

Americans fantasise having sex on public transport

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A new survey has revealed about the different places Americans prefer having sex, where the idea of sex on public transport topped the list.

According to the New York Daily News, the survey conducted by Durex, condom making company, to celebrate National Orgasm Day, showed that 30 per cent respondents fantasised about sex on plane with only 5 per cent actually having it,News.com.au reported.

Another 28 per cent respondents wanted it in the office, 22 per cent in a fitting room and 15 per cent wanted to make love in library.

Results also revealed that 7 per cent wanted to have an orgasm in church, 8 per cent in a cemetery with 3 per cent admitting about graveyard sex.

About 54 per cent of respondents said they enjoyed sex in the shower and 35 per cent went for sex in the kitchen.

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Germany: The world's capital of penis enlargement

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Germany has become the penis enlargement capital of the world, as more men preferred going under the knives to boost their penis length in the country as compared to rest of the world.

According to figures from the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS), there were 15,414 penoplasty operations performed worldwide last year, out of which 2,786 operations were in Germany, but not necessarily all were performed on German men, the Mirror reported.

The German Centre for Urology and Phalloplasty Surgery charges 7,600 pounds to enlarge penis size by up to 6cm and girth by 3cm.

The data also revealed Venezuela with 473 operations, followed by Spain with 471 operations, as the next highest to Germany.

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58 per cent of women have faked orgasms at least once in their relationship

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A new survey has revealed that 58 per cent of women have faked orgasm at least once during their current relationship and of those a huge 93 per cent have done it more than that.

According to the survey by adult firm Anne Summers, only one in ten men have faked it, with 40 per cent saying they did it to avoid hurting their partner's feelings or because they're too tired to do the job.

The survey also found that although less men do it, they're apparently better at faking than women -- or at least more paranoid about their partner's pleasure and only 16 per cent of ladies have ever having thought their man was faking it, compared to 58 per cent of men suspicious their playmate was putting it on.

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Brits reuse sex toys from previous relationships!

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A new survey has revealed that more than one third of Brits happily recycle their sex toys they once shared with an ex in a new relationship.

The survey conducted by online sex toy retailer bondara.co.uk showed that 35 per cent admitted they used intimate items they shared with a former partner with their new love interest, the Daily Star reported.

Chris Simms, Bondara's managing director said that the question of whether sex toys shared with an ex should die with the relationship was an interesting one and the stigma that used to be attached to using intimate accessories in the bedroom was now a thing of the past.

Simms  said that from a hygiene point of view there was no issue with reusing sex toys with a new partner as long as they had been thoroughly cleaned with warm soapy water or sex toy cleaner.

The survey also revealed Brits were not shy when it came to introducing sex toys to a new partner.

37 per cent of Britons said there is no need to wait while a third would wait less than a month.

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British men likeliest in world to opt for threesomes

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A new poll has suggested that British men top the list to consider threesome when they are already in a relationship whereas Brazilians are the least to go with an additional partner.

According to the poll, UK grabbed the first spot with 36 per cent, and Americans, French and Belgians grabbed the second spot with 27 per cent, the Daily Star reported.

Third in the list were Germans with 20 per cent and Brazilians were least interested in threesome with 19 per cent votes.

Nick Lisher, CMO of Twoo, asserted that it was interesting to see how attitudes towards having a threesome whilst in a relationship have changed between different genders and across different countries.

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She gets paid to test sex toys!

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A British woman, who works as a sex toy tester, has revealed that she has nearly 15 orgasms a week while testing the toys.

Cara Houiellebecq, who writes about the sex toys she tests in her blog, has also admitted that she gets paid 27,000 dollars a year for testing the toys before they go into the market, News.com.au reported.

She said that she was offered money from sex toy companies two years ago to test their products after her blog became really popular among people, and that she now has more than 2000 sex toys in her office.

The 33-year-old said that she had worked in a bank before and would never go back there as this job was great and never boring and also, manufacturers and sellers would ask her if they could send stuff to her because so many people read her reviews.

She added that her partner, Darren, 37, didn't see it as a threat as they have always said that toys were the seasoning to a sex life and not a replacement and when she gets toys for men, he helps her with the testing, which is a part of their lives now.

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20 per cent Brits keep major secrets from their partners

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A new study has revealed that 20 per cent of married Brits hide big secrets from their spouses.

The survey conducted by UK family law firm Slater and Gordon established that 1 in 5 people are keeping a major secret from their partner and about one in four of those people admitted that the secret was so big, that it could end their marriage, the Huffington Post reported.

These marriage-ruining secrets include money troubles, pornography, infidelity, and contact with a former partner and past relationships, among others.

It was also found that around quarter of people had kept a major secret hidden for more than 25 years, and 12 per cent said they had gone to extreme lengths to hide it.

In fact, 28 per cent believed that telling the secret now would actually make things worse.

Amanda McAlister, head of family law at Slater and Gordon, however, advised that people should try and be as honest as possible with their partners because couples are often more hurt by the lies covering up a mistake than a mistake in the first place.


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